Xilinx Artix-7 FPGAs | New Product Brief
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Xilinx Artix-7 FPGAs
Xilinx Artix-7 FPGAs are cost-optimized FPGAs for applications requiring high bandwidth transceivers and low power consumption in a small package. The Artix-7 FPGAs offer up to 16 6.6Gbps transceivers with 211Gbps of full duplex peak bandwidth, combined with a 200+ DMIPs MicroBlaze soft processor that can be quickly deployed with presets for use as an MCU, real-time processor, or application processor.
The FPGAs have up to 215k logic cells and are built on a proven high-performance, low power 28nm process technology. Artix-7 FPGAs also integrate analog functions and memory interfaces for a lower BOM cost and streamlined access, all in a 10mm x 10mm chip-scale BGA package.
- Up to 16x 6.6Gbps transceivers enabling 211Gbps peak bandwidth (full duplex)
- 200+ DMIPs MicroBlaze soft processor
- Microcontroller, Real Time Processor, or Application Processor configuration
- Up to 215k logic cells
- High-performance, low power 28nm HKMG process technology
- 65% lower static power, 50% lower dynamic power vs 45nm
- Analog: Dual 12-bit, 1MSPS, 17-channel ADCs
- Memory: 1,066Mb/s DDR3 interface with SODIMM support
- Compact footprint: 10mm x 10mm chip-scale BGA package
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